Grannie

Senior Program Manager

Grainne O’Dwyer is a Senior Programme Manager at NeighbourlyLab. She is passionate about increasing social connection by promoting positive behaviour change within and across communities. At the Lab, she leverages her expertise in behavioural economics to understand the true drivers and blockers of behaviour and develop cost-effective and scalable behaviour change interventions.  She is an experienced qualitative researcher and behavioural insights specialist, with extensive experience conducting ethnographic behaviour change research with public, private and third sector organisations both nationally and internationally. She holds a MSc in Developmental and Educational Psychology from University College London, which underpins her passion for and expertise in working with children and young people. Her other passions include spending weekends exploring food markets, sea swimming, and listening to live music.